Which are the conspirators?
The Attorney-General of that day knew that 12 honest Englishmen, no matter how strongly they differed in politics or in religion could be got to find a verdict of guilty, because these men had erred in the heat of language. The true culprits were really in the cabinets of the King. 'Vide'-Mr. A. M. Sullivan's Speech, in the State Trials.
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[Dublin] : James J. Lalor, Januray 29th, 1881.
Supplement to the Weekly Freeman of Jan. 29th, 1881.
Physical description: 1 print : lithograph ; 25.2 x 24.8 cm..
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|Weekly Freeman 1881 January 29 (A)||
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